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Therapists in Springfield

Rebecca Barratt, Counselor  in Springfield
“You can gain a deep understanding of yourself and where you fit in the world. My heart's desire is that you be set free from your deepest pains. Everyday I work with women and men, just like you, to reach their greatest potential through integrating Biblical foundations with clinical practices. To equip myself for the job of walking with people during their most difficult times in life I attained a Bachelors from Central Bible College and a Masters from Assemblies of God Theological Seminary.
(417) 312-2342
Springfield, Missouri 65809
Tonya Mcmillen Boone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life changes, even when positive, are stressful. These may include changes in employment, educational, financial or relational status, losing a loved one, pregnancy, adoption, being a caregiver, or developing a serious illness. Lacking emotional support or effective stress management and coping techniques can cause more serious and longer lasting relational, physical and mental health problems. Depression, anxiety, substance abuse and family conflicts can appear as a result of not having the support and knowledge of how to manage stress in a healthy way. I can provide the support, encouragement and education to assist clients in navigating challenge and change.
(417) 708-7858
Springfield, Missouri 65807
Keith Wilson, Counselor  in Springfield
“"You know my name, not my story. You've heard what I've done, not what I've been through..."-- I approach every client differently. No one client is the same. We all have different needs at different times in our lives. I offer client-centered therapy that focuses on empathy, understanding, and personal growth. I truly believe that there is no cookie cutter template on how therapy is supposed to go. I'll join you where you are and go with you where you need to go. Secure e-mail is preferred. Calling, one will need to request me by name.
(417) 202-4196
Springfield, Missouri 65802
Compass Counseling, Counselor  in Springfield
“At Compass Counseling, we are dedicated to providing responsive service to our clients, contacts and community. We have a diverse staff of professional counselors who are capable of meeting the most difficult counseling needs. We seek to develop cooperative relationships with everyone involved in the client's care to maximize the therapeutic benefit to the client and optimize the treatment process. Our growing list of therapists allows us to match up client needs with specific areas of interest/expertise within our counselor community.
(417) 203-4877
Springfield, Missouri 65807
Tamara Bellings, Counselor  in Springfield
“I ACCEPT MEDICAID CLIENTS UNDER 21 YRS OF AGE. NO OUT OF POCKET COST TO THESE CLIENTS. I am committed to making your therapy experience worthwhile, productive, and rewarding. It is very important that we have a good counselor/client relationship. If either of us should feel that we are not a good fit for one another, I will be happy to refer you to new well qualified counselor/therapist or mental health professional. SOME of the areas I focus on are: Adoption, Relationships, Body image, Self esteem and empowerment, LGBTQI, Personal growth, Parenting and family, Career, and Eating disorders.
(417) 232-6694
Springfield, Missouri 65807
September Trent, Counselor  in Springfield
“Are you in despair? Many of the people who come to see me are. They have tried everything they can think of to overcome their depression, anxiety, or eating disorder. Therapy is a last resort. Most are desperate for healing. It is very difficult to face "I may not overcome this issue without help." That's where I come in. It's important to me that you know I care about you and the difficulties you are facing.
(417) 202-4517
Springfield, Missouri 65809
Vonita Kelly, Counselor  in Springfield
“Working in public service for 20 plus years, I'm committed to the restoration of families and our community. I am a member of the American Counseling Association, Association for Play Therapy, International Association of Addictions & Offender Counselors, Association of Missouri Mediators and the Professional Mediation Association. I counsel all populations from ages 3 to 81 and employ an integrated modality approach. My practice includes child therapy, couples & relationship counseling, family counseling and individual counseling. I am also certified in Prepare/Enrich, a marital and premarital counseling course.
(417) 231-4546
Springfield, Missouri 65804
Associates In Caring, Counselor  in Springfield
“I can help with family conflict, relationship issues, parenting difficulties, marital counseling and personal relationships. I focus on helping couples connect emotionally, even when there has been mistrust due to cheating or cyber adultery. I can help bring back the joy in relationships. I also focus on individuals having issues at work, including those involved in working with their spouses or those in family-owned businesses. Other areas in which I can provide counseling include those suffering from anxiety, depression, PTSD, sexual abuse, domestic violence, blended families, anger, foster care families, children with defiance issues, school misbehavior and addiction issues.
(417) 727-0842
Springfield, Missouri 65807
Carrie E Thomas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe each and every one of us is hardwired for connection. We are born seeking connection to ourselves and to others through our relationships, our work, our experiences. It is our birth right to live to our full potential and create meaning in our lives. Unfortunately, the human experience can be painful at times. We all encounter fear, anxiety, shame, and vulnerability that can leave us feeling disconnected, lost, lonely, and small. I'll support and empower you to practice relsilience to life's challenges allowing you to live a wholehearted and authentic life.
(417) 635-6126
Springfield, Missouri 65804
Lakeland Depression Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Springfield
“Depressive disorders are very serious mental disorders that impact a person's mood, body, and thoughts. Depression affects everything from the way a person sleeps and eats to the way he or she thinks about him or herself, as well as the way he or she views the world. It's important to note that a depressive disorder is not the same thing as a transient case of the blues. Depression is a chronic mental illness that is neither a sign of weakness nor a character defect; no one can simply "choose" or will themselves better. It's not possible without intervention for a person with a depressive disorder to just "pull him or herself together," and make a full recovery. The symptoms of a depressive disorder, if left untreated and unmanaged, may persist for weeks, months, or even years. While depression is a severe mental illness, there is hope: most people who struggle with depression are able to, with proper treatment approaches and ongoing care and monitoring, make a full recovery and begin to enjoy their lives once again.
(866) 265-1914
Springfield, Missouri 65806
Tina M Morgan, Psychologist  in Springfield
“I have been in private practice for 28 years and believe people have the ability to make positive changes in their lives, given the tools to have better coping skills, enhanced self esteem, guidance with problem areas, and changing patterns of behaving and thinking, No matter how difficult the situation may seem, there is always a solution.
(417) 288-4337
Springfield, Missouri 65810
Carolyn Susie Wampler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, BCSW, LCSW
“I have over 30 years experience in private practice working with families, children, depression, anxiety, abuse issues as well as issues uniquely related to military families and military personnel. I have also worked with foster care and adoption issues throughout my career. I am certified in applied Suicide Intervention Skills and a Certified Mediator since 1996 as well as Forensic Social Work in Divorce and Custody matters. I have both experience and training in Critical Incident Services and crisis intervention.
(417) 213-5666
Springfield, Missouri 65804
Emily D Marshall, Counselor  in Springfield
“Emotional strain can lead to confusion and stress when the unexpected happens. Occasionally, you may find a need for guidance and support. Counseling can help ease your journey down a bumpy road. I have been helping children and families work through their pain since 2001. I am committed to staying on the leading edge of individual exploration and discovery of human potential. If I can be of help to you or someone you care about, call today for immediate assistance, information or an appointment. (417) 862-CARE
(417) 895-9764
Springfield, Missouri 65807
Lori Radford, Counselor  in Springfield
“I treat a variety of issues that interfere with one's life, ranging from anxiety, depression, eating disorders, OCD, abuse, grief and loss, life change adjustments. I respect and appreciate each individuals strengths and weaknesses and strive to support growth and healing in the manner, and at a pace, suited best for each specific client on their journey to wellness. I believe we are all capable of growing and healing ourselves if given the right tools, insights and support. I work with children, teens, adults, individuals and families. Find more information... Healing Journeys FB page or www.healingjourneyswithlori.com
(417) 708-8858
Springfield, Missouri 65804
Rachelle Colegrove, Counselor  in Springfield
“My passion is for individuals to live their lives to their fullest potential. I help clients to have self-awareness and take practical steps toward becoming the spouse, friend, parent, or child they want to be. I believe that true peace comes when a person's actions line up with what their heart values.
(417) 213-5858
Springfield, Missouri 65809
Katie Brammer  in Springfield
“Therapy is a great way to work through any concerns regarding stress, grief, self-esteem, trauma, social struggles, behavioral difficulties, and personal growth issues. I am certified in AutPlay, a specialized therapy created specifically for children/adolescents who have developmental disabilities such as Autism or ADHD. AutPlay was especially created for individuals who are low or high functioning. I also have experience in working with individuals who have been sexually, emotionally or physically abused. I accept Medicaid for ages 3-20 and I am happy to work with you if financial assistance is needed.
(417) 691-8924
Springfield, Missouri 65804
2B Well Integrative Health Education Center,   in Springfield
“At 2B Well, our integrated approach to wellness includes counseling services. Recognizing that optimal well being means balancing all aspects of your life - physical, emotional, and mental, so that you can be your best self, our counselors create a supportive, therapeutic partnership with you and empower you to take an active role in your own health and well being. Counseling can be a great tool for people who have health issues, lifestyle concerns, relationship issues, parenting challenges, or work-related problems.
(417) 671-4689
Springfield, Missouri 65809
Susan L Waldo, Psychologist  in Springfield
“I enjoy working with clients who are motivated to form a close working relationship to resolve their concerns. I appreciate straightforward communication where clients provide me with honest feedback regarding the helpfulness (or not) of the interventions I recommend. With this information, treatment is adapted to fit the client's preferred style for healing. Clients and I forge a emotionally healing relationship wherein we identify treatment strategies to enhance emotional well-being, problem-solving, communication, symptom reduction, and personal growth.
(660) 530-2466
Springfield, Missouri 65804
Scott Brown, Counselor  in Springfield
“You are not a disorder! You are not a diagnosis. You are not a client or a number. You are a person! A person with unique experiences. Exploring your unique experiences are paramount to understanding how to obtain a positive change. I will help you explore your experiences to reveal something that works for you. Together, we will find the Counseling Revelation you are seeking!
(417) 763-3468
Springfield, Missouri 65804
Denniese Dysart, Counselor  in Springfield
“It will be an honor to extend my hand to help you in your quest to find your own path for personal discovery and mental health wellness. Some typical issues of my clients are: adjustment to normal or challenging life transitions, stress. workplace issues, education/career changes, relationships, parenting, grief, alcohol and drug problems, trauma and coping with new physical or mental illness. I also might suggest resources for you to explore and possibly implement in your lifestyle as you walk your path toward wellness.
(417) 213-8766
Springfield, Missouri 65804

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